Books & Literature
Q&AOct 23rd, 2012 by Jennifer Kaufman
Just in time for Halloween, author Gemma Tarlach celebrates the release of "Plaguewalker" with readings at Boswell and the Wauwatosa Public Library this week.
PreviewJul 8th, 2012 by Jennifer Kaufman
Alexandra Fuller, author of "Cocktail Hour Under the Tree of Forgetfulness," will be interviewed by Lake Effect's Mitch Teich at Boswell on Tuesday, July 10.
Jun 27th, 2012 by Judith Ann Moriarty
Judith Ann encounters William Golding's classic, somehow missed in high school, and connects it to Irving's "In One Person."
Summer Reading 2012Jun 13th, 2012 by Brian Jacobson
Brian Jacobson reviews Marnie O. Mamminga's memoir of "Up North" Wisconsin vacations in the 1930s.
May 15th, 2012 by Brian Jacobson
Before five-time James Beard award-winner for food writing John T. Edge's's Boswell Books event, TCD looks at his new cookbook on roadside cuisine.
May 10th, 2012 by Judith Ann Moriarty
Dave Luhrssen's new book tells the bizarre tale of the Thule Society of Munich, a precursor of the Nazi party.
Sound and FuryMay 9th, 2012 by Rosy Ricks
Company and audience paid tribute to the Bard Monday, to raise money for Shakespeare in the Park.
PODCASTMay 3rd, 2012 by Mark Metcalf
Mark Metcalf discusses peacebuilding, Afghanistan and the changing role of the U.S. military with Robert Ricigliano, author of "Making Peace Last."
May 1st, 2012 by Judith Ann Moriarty
Oates here imagines a successful modern woman secretly haunted by her trials, her fantasies, her dreams, her startling origin.
Still Waters Slam League FinalsApr 24th, 2012 by Jennifer Kaufman
Young poets competed for first prize at Still Waters Collective's Slam League Finals, but the night's biggest prize was bigger than a trophy.
Apr 2nd, 2012 by Dan Shafer
"Deranged Millionaire" John Hodgman's Turner Hall show had moments of brilliance, but was too scattered to be called a success.
“Life Advice from a Fat, Lazy Slob”Mar 26th, 2012 by Brian Jacobson
Promoting his new book, "Tough Sh*t: Life Advice from a Fat, Lazy Slob Who Did Good," Silent Bob's talk was more about inspiration than entertainment.